xf86-video-i810 1.9.91 (on MacBook 2,1 - Core2Duo)
rene at exactcode.de
Mon Mar 12 01:43:46 PDT 2007
On Sunday 11 March 2007 23:06:33 Matthieu Baechler wrote:
> Le dimanche 11 mars 2007 à 14:27 +0100, Rene Rebe a écrit :
> > As in the other post I did not install the Boot Camp software and
> > just use rEFIt. But as far as I know the BIOS emulation is included
> > anyway and rEFIt just does initalize / use it. The Boot Camp software
> > just is the GUI wizard part running in OS X. So in any case when you
> > boot via GRUB or LILO you end up with a BIOS. The only way to avoid
> > the BIOS layer is to boot via elilo. Anyway, I boot via rEFIt/Grub and
> > this is what I get:
> If I understand correctly your other post, you managed to make the last
> intel driver to work on the same laplop as mine. I'm very interested to
> know what are the differences between our two laptops.
Yeah for me it works out-of-the-box.
"Distribution" is T2 SDE, http://www.t2-project.org, with up-to-date
packages on Linux kernel 126.96.36.199.
> Would you help me to find how to resolve my problem ?
Well, answering some mails yes. But I'm in the middle of preparing
our CeBIT booth ...
> I have a 64 bits debian Etch and I boot via rEFIt/LILO (I didn't managed
> to make grub working with my debian). I use a 188.8.131.52 kernel.
rEFIt/Grub here. But LILO should not matter. Btw. as you see by using LILO
you get BIOS emulation thru rEFIt without the OS X thing called Boot Camp
as LILO/Grub only works via the BIOS ...
> What can be wrong with my setup ?
No idea. Either your hardware is indeed slightly differing or some package
versions do not play that good together.
Some snipplets of dmidecode:
Vendor: Apple Computer, Inc.
Release Date: 10/19/06
Manufacturer: Apple Computer, Inc.
Product Name: MacBook2,1
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